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North Colorado Medical Center is located in the eastern section of Greeley, Colo.
- The city of Greeley, the county seat of Weld County, has a community population of approximately 114,000.
- The city of Fort Collins, has a population of approximately 140,000.
- The city of Loveland, has a population of approximately 67,000.
Major employers include:
- Vestas Blades America (Windsor, Colo.)
- Swift Brands (Greeley, Colo.)
- State Farm Insurance, Regional Office (Greeley, Colo)
- North Colorado Medical Center (Greeley, Colo)
- Hewlett Packard (Fort Collins, Colo)
- University of Northern Colorado (Greeley, Colo)
Entertainment and Recreation
Greeley, Colo is home to the Greeley Stampede which is held in late June through July 4, is one of the largest professional rodeo events in the country.
Fort Collins, Colo. is host to the annual Taste of Fort Collins. This is an all-day event devoted to creating a unique summer festival atmosphere through culinary delicacies, musical talent and exceptional shops will be held at an all new location, Civic Center Park.
The University of Northern Colorado located in Greeley, Colo. has approximately 12,000 students from 47 states and 52 nations. It is a multipurpose institution with a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs. UNC has 40 undergraduate degree programs with 103 emphasis areas and 52 graduate degree programs with 90 emphasis areas. UNC was listed for three straight years years in America's Guide to 100 Best College Buys.
Colorado State University is located in Fort Collins, Colo. and has 24,000 resident students from every state and 95 foreign countries. CSU has a 579- acre main campus, which includes 103 acres for the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. It has more than 150 programs of study that are offered within the eight colleges. They are a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) at the Division I level. They are also a founding member of the Mountain West Conference. Colorado State is ranked in the prestigious top tier of the U.S. News and World Report's rankings of "America's Best Colleges and Universities."
First-year residents are encouraged to live in Northern Colorado as most of their time will be spent north of Denver. In the second and third year, the time will be spread throughout the Front Range. This encompasses Denver to Fort Collins.
Denver, with all the resources of a major metropolitan center, is 65 miles south of Greeley, and offers premiere shopping, sporting events and cultural opportunities.
In addition to the many recreational opportunities available in and around Greeley, wonderful skiing, hunting, fishing and backpacking are all as close as one hour west in the Rocky Mountains. Denver International Airport (DIA) is only an hour from Greeley.
If you would like more information about Greeley and the surrounding area. you can visit the Greeley Chamber of Commerce website.